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nia, "and North Carolina, "October 7--10:30 P. M. "Lieutenant-General U. S. Grant: "Birney has regained Kauts's old position, and holds the enemy int he inner line of entrenchments around Richmond, extending from the Darbytown road to connect with Weitzel on the left, near Fort Harrison. "There has been no movement at Petersburg today. We have much the best of this day's work"a thousand at least of the enemy killed and wounded, a hundred prisoners, and a bloody repulse. "General Gregg, commanding Fields's division, is reported by a lady, who saw the body, as killed. "B. F. Butler, Major-General." No dispatches have been received from the commands of Generals Sherman, Rosecrans or Sheridan later than were reported in my telegram of yesterday. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. The following account, written by the correspondent of the new York Times, is rather more explicit about the losses: Quite a severe engagement took place this mor